Hogan Lovells launches African legal investment guide
Helping to know where to invest businesses in Africa, Global law firm, Hogan Lovells has launched its third annual special report on investment in Africa 2019, a comprehensive guide on the legal and regulatory framework.
‘Nigeria has many positive features which make it attractive for international arbitration’
Nathan Searle, a law graduate of Bond University, Australia is a partner in Hogan Lovells International arbitration group, acting for large multinationals in complex and high-value international arbitrations and cross-border disputes.
Hogan Lovells raises bar for corporate social responsibility
Global law firm, Hogan Lovells has announced the completion of the second year of its shared value partnership with leading social enterprise, Barefoot College.
‘Africa’s industrial policies lack clarity and clear goals’
Economic growth, reduction in unemployment, access to new technological advancement are some of the parameters that define a country’s growth.
‘Government policies should create space for entrepreneurs to thrive’
At Hogan Lovells, we see the potential in Africa as an emerging global market and we have been committed to this continent for over forty years. Nigeria is a focal point of the African market due to its population and the immense opportunities here.